Attorney Helps Other Lawyers With Defective Hip Implant Lawsuits

This video features Chris Gilreath, a Medical Malpractice attorney based in Tennessee.

Tennessee Lawyer Helps Attorneys in Other States

Video Transcript:

Nancy Zambrano:

Why is it important for an attorney who has a defective hip implant case to consult with others who have pursued such cases in the past? Let's ask Tennessee lawyer Chris Gilreath in this Ask the Lawyers Quick Question.

Chris Gilreath:

You know in a lot of cases, medical device failure situations have to do with design failures of the case, and so a design failure of a hip happens the same way in Iowa as it does in Florida as it does in California as it does right here in Memphis. And so when you can speak to someone who has experience working on cases that involve the same product, you get the benefit of that knowledge, how certain medical experts have talked about the design of the product, how they have stood up in court, and how those claims really resonate in front of a jury. And so having that experience can make all the difference in the world.

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